Lazer Team

Lazer Team

In the late 1970's, the SETI project received a one time signal from outer space. It looked exactly as theorists thought a communication from an alien civilization would -- unfortunately it has never been decoded. Or so we were told. Unbeknownst to the general public the signal was translated and told us two things: 1) We are not alone. 2) The galaxy is a dangerous place.

After thousands of years of thinking we are alone in the universe we decode a message (in the 60s) telling us we are not alone, and that the universe is a dangerous place and that we are going to be attacked. Luckily, the coded message came from a friendly alien race that fathered and protected us over the years. And now they are giving us the tools to fight back (in the form of power armor). But the delivery service takes a long time, and during those loooong decades waiting for that cargo ship to arrive with their one power suit, they choose a champion of earth to train to wear the suit and defend the earth! Then the ship finally arrives... Only to get shot down by 4 morons who play with the suit and ultimately get one piece each stuck to them. Now they need to work with the government to train these 4 morons with individual pieces attached to them. Will they save the day or will they stand around contemplating life? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Daniel G (it) wrote: If you liked the show, you'll like the movie. Plain and simple.

Erin C (br) wrote: Pretty good for a Lifetime movie. I cried a few times - such a sad story. Kim Raver did great in her role!

Stevan M (au) wrote: bad from beginning to end....great concept horrible everything else

Heber C (ca) wrote: Ha ha ha ha Andy wears a muscle suit and it's NOT A JOKE! ha ha ha ha ha beautiful!

Chase M (br) wrote: hahahahhah pretty hilarious

Jos D (ru) wrote: Un himno a los chorros....

Doctor S (de) wrote: I could try to tell you about this slice of wholly original Belgian cinema, but that would still sell it short. If there ever was a story about a man's bitter resentment, this is it, as Thomas is convinced he was switched at birth with another family and bears that grudge until his final days. Experiencing that man's life though, which on paper looks like a long row to hoe, proceeds in completely unexpected ways. There is no timeline - we jump from his old age to his youth to his adult years with dizzying frequency, and yet Jaco Van Dormael manages to give enough cues that we can stay on the same page. This is a filmmaker who asks that his audience pay attention, so turn off those cell phones! Integrated into the main stories are a collection of fantasies as well, and not always easy to tell which is which. The title Toto The Hero refers to Thomas' alter ego as a spy determined to save his father and makes several appearances. While the entire cast performs beautifully, special mention goes out to the two main child actors as young Thomas and young Alice his sister (or adopted sister, depending which story you believe.) How the Europeans can consistently harvest such young natural actors is impressive, while the best that American casting agents can usually find is another Jake Lloyd. For influences I thought of Sunset Boulevard for opening with a narrated death scene and especially Vertigo for a mysterious obsession Thomas has with a woman that he thought was dead. As for followers, I have to believe Jean-Pierre Jeunet is an ardent fan (the lightbulb-popping ploy instantly reminded me of the same trick in Amelie). A whimsical, serious, thoughtful, surprising, and engaging piece of work, I can honestly say I have not seen anything quite like Toto Le Hero.

Tim S (gb) wrote: Funny, but nothing to write home about.

Mark B (kr) wrote: you know your on a rough ride when the cast at the start of the movie warns you that this movie is a" no budget movie" and that it "stinks" .. but i liked it better then grown ups and just go with it

Johnny H (br) wrote: do yourself a favour and netflix the trilogy, the first movie ( my favourite) is a silent from the late 20's then the next one is 1950 and the last in the 60's, Cocteau didnt make a lot of films but when he did i found him to be on par with hitchcock, wells and kurasawa, as i watched them i imagined neil Gaiman having enjoyed these when he was very young and perhaps influencing him as well, highest rating!

Dane P (ag) wrote: Somewhat overlong but still packed with some pretty funny scenes and some nice chemistry